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Re: core symlinksJules van Weerden (Jules.vanWeerdenlet.ruu.nl)
Fri, 26 Aug 1994 09:30:41 +0200
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Hi, woodsncar.ucar.edu (Greg Woods) wrote: > I think it is too, and here's at least one legitimate use of core symlinks. > We've had problems in the past with core dumps from our 32 Meg machines > that come from daemon processes filling up the root file system, so we > solved that problem by making /core a symlink to /dev/null. That can be solved to by creating a read-only file named core in the directory where you need them. A mail left a core file in /var/spool/mail and I made the next setup: -r--r--r-- 2 root 0 May 11 1992 core -r--r--r-- 2 root 0 May 11 1992 _let_it_be It works. Regards, Jules van Weerden CIM Faculty of Arts Utrecht University NL